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the important moment. and moment of outrage for me in slow motion. >> (inaudible) this is so obama's america. concerned moms and dads reacted angry on line and they should. there was a campaign against the a d. jc penney released the at the same time our intent was not to trivialize bullying. we are committed to have a range of styles for kids to express individuality and did that while punching a baby in the face. yes, a baby. you know who doesn't need friends? dogs who play fetch by themselves. ♪ that is really out. but you know it is really lonely. after all of that, welcome to the program. would you call reaction to the a d over reaction or underreaction or perhaps an avcaddo. >> i don't so it at all. they take me on a shopping spre in jc penney and i never seen the clots and things i neverine opened and they have interesting clothes going on there. >> i love jc penney and some of the mannequins are alluring and many times i am escorted out after perhaps on on >> how do you have rom on on room in your apartment for those mannequins. >> when i dress them like guests on redeye. >> oh, n
when you come right down to it, the united states of america's population is not going to buy into these stories that he spins out about the violation of a constitution. christie is there to tell you buildings were burning in new york. people were jumping out of windows. we have to protect ourselves. >> and growing opposition to the surveillance the nsa. rand paul is tapping some public sentiment. not just on the left. we had a vote in congress. a republican congress from michigan sponsoring an amendment that almost gutted the nsa collection of meta data. it failed 217-205. very close. so is dorothy right about the politics? >> i really would like to think dorothy's right about this and i'd like to think chris christie is right. i worry a little bit that 9/11, all of that, is becoming a new york/new jersey/connecticut thing. those of us who experienced it that day. and it is essentially receding out perhaps in parts of the country and becoming something of a distraction. because the united states has been lucky, unlike capitals in europe, not to experience another terrorist ev
states of america population is not going to dive into these stories that these spins out about the violation of the constitution. christie is there to tell you buildings were burning in new york, people were jumping out of windows. we have to protect ourselves. >> paul: there is growing opposition to the surveillance of the nsa, rand paul is tapping some public sentiment, not just on the left. we had a voted in congress and republican congressman in michigan that almost gutted the collection of meta data. it failed but very close. is dorothy right about the politics? >> i really would like to think that dorothy is right about this and also chris christie is right. i worry that 9/11 and all of that is becoming a new york-new jersey, connecticut thing. those that experienced that day and it's essentially receding out in part to the country to something of an distraction because the united states has been lucky, unlike capitals in europe not to experience another terrorist event. i think, unfortunately, there may be reservoir of political support that could get behind what rand pa
in voting access in america? >> what the evidence shows, paul, is that black voter tresi 1996 -- they've been increasing even in those -- even as more and more states have been passing voter i.d. laws. they're some of the strictest in the country in places like indiana and georgia and tennessee. in 2012, black voter turnout in those states exceeded white voter turnout. last year's election it exceeded white voter turnout for the first time in history snimt what magnitudes are you talking about? 2/3 of african-american voted. over 66% in 2012 and the white voter turn out is 6 4? >> it was lower. >> what is the trend? you mentioned the trend since 1996. this is all census bureau data. >> you mentioned hillary in 2016. but i think this particular part of it might have been directed at next year's elections. the midterm elections. what is going on here is that democrats are worried that without barack obama on the ballot, that black voter turnout may be down. i think this is an attempt to scare blacks to the polls by claiming that republicans are trying to -- >> so there's politics going
was talking about america is afraid of talking about race. now we are talking about it, and it is becoming a two-way street. >> it only took two or three or four dead white people. >> the brave conversation we have yet to get to which is ben affleck. ya or yay? >> that's b block. don't jump ahead. the last time you jumped ahead you know what happened. >> i fell into a sewer. >> that is true. and then you didn't bathe for a week. sphie from games to -- >>> from games to names they pay no mind to his crime and will frown on a pronoun. some media are focusing on what to call bradley manning. not why he is going to jail, but how he should be called. new york magazine posted a story titled, why is it so hard to call chelsea manning she? scolding other outlets for denying her request to use the feminine pronoun. i still think he looks great there. outlets like usa today, a paper, reported that, quote, he intends to live out the remainder of his life as a woman. the writer wonders why is it so hard for people to type an extra s when they write about manning? we up -- updated our -- how do you say
in america? >> well, what the evidence shows, paul, is black voter trends since 1996 show that black voter turnout has been increasing. and what's interesting is they've been increasing even as more and more states have been passing voter i.d. laws. some of the strictest in the country are in place like indiana and georgia and tennessee. black voter turnout in those states exceeded white voter turnout. last year's election black voter turnout exceeded white voter turnout for the first time in history. >> what are the magnitudes here? are they two-thirds of african-americans voted. over 66% in 2012. and the white voter turnout is what? 64? >> it's low. >> what is the trend? you mentioned the trend since 196. this is all census bureau data. >> and you mentioned hillary in 2016. but i think this particular part of her speech might have been directed at next year's election, midterm elections. what's going on here is democrats are worrying that without barack obama on the ballot, that black voter turnout may be down. i think this is an attempt to scare blacks to the polls by claiming that repu
. he said, we all are war weary in america but it is time to step to this plate. so he has now announced he will seek authorization from the u.s. congress and that means that we will not seek tomahawk cruise missiles launched into syria before at least september 9 and the debate and vote in the u.s. congress. stay tuned to fox news channel and this fox station for continuing coverage of this developing story. >> let's bring in our refraction new panel to what the president just said. chris wallace and we welcome fox news political analyst i want williams and fox news contributor steve hayes of "the weekly standard." amazing to see the turnaround of statements from this -- time-sensitive issue that needs to happen. the impassioned push from secretary of state kerry yesterday. what we believed would happen in hours and this waiting for this vote in congress. item very skeptical he will be able to win on that vote. >> mitch mcconnell with the statement today the president advised me that he will seek an authorization for the use of force from the congress prior to initiating any c
. >> from groping to squatting, is america best at not leaving the nest. highest number in over 500 years of 18-31 are living at home. most of my friends that have graduated are living at home because they cannot pay rent and pay for their student loans t s the same time. as courage the cats nothing is impossible. >> wow. i want to see that again. >> we will see that again. perhaps tonight at my place over drinks. robert, you were saying in the green room, the only solution was to kill everyone. that seems harsh. >> i like this thing. >> you do? >> i do. i like that the kids are staying with the family. in italy and europe, that's common. they stay with the family in a while and then their nest starts out and i think in a certain way it's keeping the family together more. although the reason for it is a bad economy. which is not a good thing and these kids not getting jobs and the rest of it. but there's a nice -- there's a nice pay off for this one. i have my daughter stay home with me, they are 21, 23, and it's lovely to have them. >> i guess so, if they are truly your daughters. we hav
for what the law is going to do for the rest of america? >> that is right. also for republicans to simply stand up and say, look, this is going to be terrible for everyone else. we should have to live under this, too, because that might in fact cause some rethinking whether we should keep the flaw place. >> paul: is there any way to challenge this other than politically in congress? this is unilateral interpretation, executive interpretation that the administration is doing. can anybody do anything to sue? >> i don't think so. this is is a political issue. its good one for republicans, i think. they have had a lot of trouble changing the affordable care act. here is an issue, democrats looking out for number one might be willing to sign on. >> paul: to sign on and make other changes in the law, perhaps for a year's delay? >> sure. that is one option. how about helping all the low wage workers that can't find a full-time job because it defines the workweek as 30 hours. they are not getting any unilateral fix out of the white house. let's make this universal. >> paul: any beeping out of the
gigot. growing here and abroad about america's hands-off approach to the middle east. as new evidence of chemical weapons used in syria surfaces and egypt moves closer to civil war. we a great to have you here. welcome back to the program. >> thank you for having me. >> good. let's look at syria first. a year ago, i think it was the president famously, president obama, fame famously said -- use of chemical weapons would be a red line that syria shouldn't cross and would have consequences. what is assad's calculation that he would cross, be willing to cross that red line? >> small-scale attacks and nothing happened. what happened recently was the sixth attack and -- each attack has been bigger than the previous one with the exception of one in the middle. so -- he has been testing both the -- international public opinion and the united states resolve and also how far he can go inside syria. now we can establish that pattern quite clearly. >> it is -- he figures he's testing the u.s. so testing the world and they are not responding. he's going to keep pushing ahead to do what he needs t
. >>> welcome to the "journal" editorial report. growing concerns both here and abroad about america's hands-off approach to the middle east. egypt moves closer to civil war. a syndicated columnist and author of 11 books on the middle east joins me now from london. welcome back to the program. great to have you here. >> thank you. . >> good, let's look at syria. first, a year ago, i think it was, president obama famously said their use of chemical weapons would be a red line that syria shouldn't cross and would have consequences. what is bashar assad's consequences that he's willing to cross that line? >> what happened recently was the sixth attack and now a pattern is emerging, each attack has been bigger than the previous one. so he has been testing both the international and public opinion, the united states resolve and also how far he can go inside syria. now we can establish that pattern quite clearly. >> so he figures he's testing the u.s. and so he thinks he can move ahead as he wants to do, that's how you would see it? >> and also, you know, in every case, government media are suppor
this law is going to do? so much of the rest of america. >> that's right. also, for republicans, simply stand up and say, look, you know, this -- this is going to be terrible for everyone else. we should have to live under this, too. put pressure on democrats and their staffs to live under it because that may, in fact, cause a couple of -- rethinking about just how much this -- whether or not we should keep this law in place. >> so is there any -- way to challenge this other than politically in congress? i mean, if this is a unilateral interpretation, executive interpretation, the administration is doing, can anybody do anything? any standing to sue? >> i don't think so. this is -- this is relay political issue and -- it is a good one for republicans, i think, because -- look, they have had a lot of trouble changing the affordable care act. here is an issue where -- democrats looking out for number one might be willing to go along. >> sign on to it. this would create an opening for them to make other changes in the law. perhaps ask for a year's delay. and implementation, for example. >>
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